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Old 25th August 2023, 12:17   #1  |  Link
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x264-aMod problems with direct vpy-input

DJATOM was kind enough to create direct support for Vapoursynth for x264. With API3 everything always worked so far, but with the change to API4 there are a few problems. As long as no filters are activated, the script is processed properly, but as soon as a filter is used, x264 crashes. With the resize filter the script also runs through, but the output file has green glitches. Can anyone help here? The changes can be viewed on Github. I suspect that the problem occurs with the read_frame operation. Maybe the VapourSynth experts can help here.
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Does your script work in vspipe and/or vseditor?
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yes, without problems.
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